contempt-of-cop arrest
 n.— «“Once Pirone put his hands on Grant,” Burris said, “he knew he had to arrest him. He had to justify why he put his hands on him.” Burris said Pirone and other officers were angry that Grant and his friends had cursed at them and belittled them for being transit officers. “This was what I call a contempt-of-cop arrest,” Burris said. “The cop doesn’t like your attitude.”» —“Questions about BART’s need to arrest victim” by Demian Bulwa San Francisco Chronicle (California) June 5, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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